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Kerry Allen Cobb

Thesis defense and graduation Summer 2016; Currently doctoral student at Auburn University, Alabama
Primary office:
Dyche Hall


Advisor: Rafe Brown

Research Interest: Using genetic tools to investigate Reptile and Amphibian diversity, local and regional biogeography, and speciation

Hometown: Shawnee, Kansas

Education: B.S. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas, 2012

Publications:

  • Siler, C. D., J. R. Oaks, K. Cobb, H. Ota, and R. M. Brown.  2014.  Critically endangered island endemic or peripheral population of a widespread species? Conservation genetics of Kikuchi’s gecko and the global challenge of protecting peripheral oceanic island endemic vertebrates. Diversity and Distributions doi: 10.1111/ddi.1216

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